T'wll be interesting to see how this works, old technology put together differently. Usually, computer chips are set up around logic gates, flows of electricity which can be interpreted as OR's or AND's and the various combinations of them that those two options can create (there's quite a few possible combinations). This chip, from what I can tell is different, set up more as a network rather than a series of gates. Better at pattern recognition, not as good as the classic computer chip at number crunching. I am, I have to say, thoroughly intrigued.